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Feb 14, 2009

I, too, am trying to use excel to the fullest. My first issue is, I would like to convert the numberic grade in one cell to a letter grade in another cell. I am not really good with all the vocabulary, but would love to learn it, and can copy a formula pretty well!!!! Not so good with functions and macros but would love to learn. All help appreciated.

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2. Select the first score with the mouse (i.e. make this the "active cell").

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On Error GoTo ErrHandler

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GPA 2.80

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